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Ten Facts About Cannabis

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, July, 3rd 2014 by THCFinder
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People tend to know a lot less about cannabis than they would like to think. There are hundreds of thousands of misinformed people that have no idea what they're talking about when it comes to weed... And that includes some stoners! It's important to know the facts when you advocate for something so here is a list of ten facts about cannabis that you may or may not know.
 
1. Marijuana can be good for mental health, helping those with anxiety, depression, and other issues to relax and calm down, letting a little more positivity in to their lives.
 
2. Increased rates of treatment admissions in addiction clinics isn't because marijuana is addicting... It's because the justice system forces those who get caught to attend substance classes and rehab, instead of just letting them light a plant on fire and inhaling the smoke.
 
3. The majority of people who smoke weed don't use other drugs, including alcohol. While some people still try to toss out the gateway theory, most people by now are aware that a lot of stoners are actually extremely health and environmentally conscious.
 
4. Every year, there around around 750,000 people that get arrested for marijuana related "crimes", most of which are because the person was in possession of the plant. Most of these arrests are minorities and are thought to be racial discrimination.
 
5. Cancer cells are inhibited by CBD, one of the substances found in cannabis. CBD works on preventing cancer cells from reproducing, causing the current cancerous cells to eventually die. Marijuana is also thought to protect the body against the formation of cancer.
 
6. Not only does cannabis combat cancer but it also helps with numerous other diseases include epilepsy, ADHD, multiple sclerosis, and arthritis. Since our bodies naturally come equipped with a system designed specifically to handle cannabinoids, one could argue that this plant is a cure-all for almost every affliction known to effect humans.
 
7. There are no negative effects of marijuana... Unless you're a pizza that is. The plant doesn't "make you stupid", cause you to run over children while driving, or make you crazy enough to speak to the devil. Marijuana has virtually no side effects and when compared to other substances that are still legal (alcohol and tobacco), is probably far safer.
 
8. When Colorado and Washington began to process their recreational cannabis laws, the use of the plant among young people actually decreased. Just goes to show that the spreading of knowledge is incredibly important and when distributed correctly, can be a huge help. Those under 18 should avoid smoking marijuana unless prescribed by a doctor, seeing as how the effects of THC on the developing brain can cause gaps in myelin, the coating which protects this important organ from damage.
 
9. Even stoners who have smoked for decades (much like the much loved duo Cheech and Chong) show almost no long term cognitive side effects. They don't drool or stumble around trying to function... In fact, Chong actually beat prostate cancer using a healthy diet, Rick Simpson Oil, and a world renowned healer.
 
10. While people assume that driving while stoned is really dangerous and you'll probably kill yourself or someone, there is no compelling argument that cannabis causes traffic accidents or fatalities. In fact, most stoners would tell you that driving stoned actually makes them drive better then if they weren't.

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Washington Samich Truck Starts Sales

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, July, 3rd 2014 by THCFinder
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While Colorado is wrestling with it's edible laws after a few unfortunate reports of people ending up getting way too high (some stories ended a lot worse unfortunately), Washington seems like it's ready to get stoned. The state legalized marijuana back in 2012 but has since put the new legal laws in to effect, saying that this summer is when the recreational stores will begin to sell. But since the state is medical, marijuana is still available and the company MagicalButter is on their game, ready with a marijuana food truck to dispense awesome medicated treats to card holding Washington residents.
 
"Samich" as the truck is called is currently on tour of the cities in the US that allow legal cannabis use. The truck started in Denver, back in April and has been a hit where ever it went. Run by the same company that makes the MagicalButter extractor to make tinctures, oils, and butter, the Samich truck is ready to keep Washington residents medicated with their "Savory Accessible Marijuana Infused Culinary Happiness", which as you notice is where they got their name!
 
The truck has a seriously delicious menu as well, ranging from truffle popcorn to their signature sandwich that includes what they call "trinity jam", a mixture of blueberries, raspberries, and pomegranates. They also throw on some nut butter and banana for a little extra kick! Each product will get you stoned though... Every item on the menu contains between 30 and 100mgs of THC, which is considered to be a healthy daily serving of cannabis.
 
As of right now, only people who have medical cannabis cards will be able to get products from the truck. Hopefully once Washington establishes their legal laws, others will be able to partake in the delicious treats that the truck will be selling. The truck will continue to travel around and serve the stoners of America as more and more states begin to allow legal weed.

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The Marijuana Spa Movement

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, July, 2nd 2014 by THCFinder
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Let's face it... Girls love going to the spa. Hell, with the stress that people experience these days, even guys should be going to the spa to chill out for a bit! A massage, perhaps a trickling fountain of some sort, and a totally calm environment? Sounds like the perfect Saturday afternoon! What could possibly make such an awesome time better? Simply, cannabis infused oils, salves, and creams of course! If you're a resident of Denver, Colorado, you can experience this amazing spa treatment at a select few spas around town.
 
The spa industry rakes in $14 billion a year. That's a staggering number. Add in cannabis for those patients who are really in pain and you should probably tack on another $6 billion to that number. The potential for a THC infused spa industry is absolutely incredible. Since the plant still remains illegal in many states, the spas haven't really taken off yet but they're expected to, especially in the recently legalized states of Colorado and Washington. Using THC and CBD in the massage process could absolutely help those suffering from arthritis, muscle pains, or physical injuries from sports and such.
 
Effects of the CBD oils and lotions are simple. The patient feels an even deeper feeling of relaxation and peacefulness, while at the same time the patient remains levelheaded and not so high. Both parties feel a benefit from this, as the massager has an easier time working longer since the CBD effects their hands also. Anti-inflammatory properties of cannabis help to soothe the aches and pains of the body, showing that these cannabis based massage products could be absolutely amazing for any age patient.
 
Cannabis is sure to make a huge impact on the spa industry. While the creams and lotions are still illegal in a lot of the states, it's definitely something that will gain more momentum as more find out about it. Women love beauty products and especially these days, with the worry about what's actually in our makeup bag, natural based cosmetics are steadily becoming more and more common. The spa is just the first stop on cannabis' take over of the beauty industry. Hopefully, women (and men) will be able to get cannabis leaf face peels and full leaf body wraps!

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Pueblo County Approves Recreational Marijuana Club Rules

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
pueblo-county-mj-rulesI have not visited Colorado this year yet, but I definitely want to. Starting January 1st, recreational marijuana sales have been occuring all over Colorado. While price gouging is common, I still want to go into a store and make a legal purchase so that I can scratch it off of my marijuana bucket list. My Oregon friends that have traveled to Colorado have told me that the only knock they have on Colorado is that it’s hard to find legal places to consume marijuana as an out of state resident. You can’t consume marijuana in public, and most hotels don’t allow consumption in their rooms, which makes it hard to consume the marijuana that was legally purchased at a store.
 
It sounds like in Pueblo County, Colorado marijuana clubs have been approved that will help with that situation. Last week Pueblo County commissioners voted to approve some changes to marijuana club rules. Marijuana clubs must follow rules outlined in the Indoor Clean Air Act, which means no smoking indoors – smoking has to occur on a patio out of public view. Vaporizers and edibles are OK inside of the facilities. Selling marijuana is forbidden at the clubs, and club owners can’t be affiliated with retail outlets.
 
The clubs do allow guest passes and/or temporary memberships to allow out of state customers to frequent the establishments. Per The Pueblo Chieftain:
 
Tommy Eubanks spoke in favor of the ordinance. He said he was from Texas and that his wife suffers from multiple sclerosis.
 
“We’re spending about $10,000 to $15,000 in this county but there’s nowhere for us to experiment to see what works for us,” he said.
 
Medical marijuana clubs have existed for a long time in other states. However, these clubs are for patients, not the general public. I can’t wait to go to Colorado, make my first legal purchase, and hangout at a club to talk the toke.
 

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How To Grow Northern Lights Marijuana Indoors

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, June, 26th 2014 by THCFinder

Marijuana as a substance is a well-known entity, but, perhaps the most well-known subset of marijuana is Northern Lights. It is one of the most common strains you’ll find and has won a variety of different awards for its taste and overall superiority. Northern Lights is also commonly used in a number of different crosses to make unique varieties.

Still, many people hearken back to it because it provides some of the best highs on the books. The best way to achieve those highs, of course, is to grow the plant yourself with some Northern Lights marijuana seeds. Download my free marijuana grow bible for more tips about growing marijuana plants.

Northern Lights Smoking Effects

Again, Northern Lights is very well-known for the high it produces in its users. It is a very deep, relaxing body buzz that lasts for a considerably long time. It is a strain that seems wholly geared toward making you lazy and euphoric and it achieves that goal almost every time. The comfort levels that you attain while smoking Northern Lights are second-to-none, and it gets you into a soothing state of deep relaxation. If you’ve ever smoked weed before, then it’s more than likely that you’ve smoked a strain that has some Northern Lights genes in it.

Northern Lights Plant Features

Northern Lights is often broad-leafed with a deep green color that reveals its indica characteristics. It’s a rather short strain so you don’t really have to worry about space in your grow room. Still, some plants have been known to get between 40 and 60 inches in height. Breeders have spent a lot of time perfecting Northern Lights, so there’s a quick turnaround rate. The plant will flower in about 9 to 10 weeks. The level of THC peaks at around 18%, and you can expect yields of about 18 ounces per 10 square feet. With Northern Lights marijuana seeds, there are also feminized and autoflowering varieties to choose from. When the plants do flower, you can expect some highly resinous clusters of flowers.

Northern Lights Medicinal Uses

Because Northern Lights is so popular, it has been used by a lot of medical researchers to discern the medicinal value of marijuana. Northern Lights has proven effective for treating insomnia and anxiety because of the dense, calming nature of the strain. The research has also shown Northern Lights to be effective at combating spinal nerve diseases like radiculopathy. These are just a few of the many benefits that Northern Lights has to offer.

Source: http://www.theweedblog.com


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Does That Look Like Pot To You?

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, June, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
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Fast food is gross. Yes, we may love it. But it's gross. There have been many reports of people finding even more disgusting things IN the food... Rat heads, chicken feet, human semen. Yeah... Fast food can be pretty nasty. But people everywhere still pull up to drive thrus, order double cheese burgers, and eat themselves stupid. But if you happen across a certain McDonalds in Iowa, you might find something a little more pleasant in your meal then the aforementioned abominations.
 
In April, a couple driving in Ottumwa, Iowa decided to hit up the local McDonald's around 8:15pm for some cheeseburgers. They snagged two doubles and headed home. But after taking at least one bite of the meal each, they noticed that the burgers contained something other then the typical cheese/ketchup/onions/pickles/mustard. It seemed that the burgers had the added of ingredient of what looked and smelled like marijuana. Upon noticing the green vegetative matter, the couple went back to the McDonalds and informed the managers of what they had found.
 
Ottumwa Police Lt. Jason Bell didn't have a comment on how much marijuana was actually found on the burger but it "appears to be consistent with marijuana". The substance still has to be tested at the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation so it's unsure what the substance actually was (who knows, it might have been bad lettuce). The substance was sent out as soon as possible and in the meantime, the cops tried to figure out how the cannabis could have made it's way in to the food in the first place. The McDonald's remained open after the report as well and when asked by USA Today to comment on the finding, the manager promptly said "no comment" and hung up.

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